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Green Tips To Save Energy And Money With Plumbing and HVAC

June 4th, 2015|

When it comes to running an energy efficient home, both your plumbing and your heating/cooling systems make up the majority of costs you’ll spend on your home each year. With just a few simple strategies, you can reduce your energy bills a significant amount, and make your home more comfortable in the process.

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There’s A Drain Snake For The Job

March 27th, 2015|

In the plumbing world, there is a tool for every job. And if you try and use the wrong tool, you may wind up with a bigger mess than before.

When you have a clogged drain, one of the best ways to remove the clog is with a drain snake. However, drain snakes come in many […]

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Is It Possible For Animals To Climb Up Through The Toilet?

March 24th, 2015|

“I’ve seen stories about people that head into the bathroom in the middle of the night, only to lift the toilet lid and be face to face with an animal that has made its way up the pipes. I’ve seen stories with snakes, rats, crocodiles, or even an occasional squirrel bypassing whatever security should be […]

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Finding Those Small Leaks In Your Home That Could Be Costing You A Fortune

March 7th, 2015|

You know that small drip in the bathroom sink? The one that leaks a drop of water every few minutes? Its nothing big, not even an annoyance really. You’ve only noticed it because your sink is wet even after you’ve been away from home all day.

Those tiny drips can be a big problem. Studies show […]

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Freezing Problems With Septic Systems

February 26th, 2015|

Why do some winters cause plumbing problems, and some winters don’t?

That can be a frustrating question to ponder. When it seems like nothing has changed in the way your home operates, even the winter may not seem as harsh as some of the winters before, there it is anyway, a freezing septic system. And a […]

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Don’t Neglect Your Plumbing During A Home Remodeling Project

February 21st, 2015|

Starting a remodeling project? Statistics show that kitchens and bathrooms are not only the top rooms to have remodeled in your home, they are also at the top of the list of adding to your home’s overall resale value.

Nothing can be more exciting than starting the process. As you pour over home improvement magazines and […]

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How To Unclog Kitchen Sinks With A Garbage Disposal

February 4th, 2015|

Few things are as frustrating as a clogged pipe. In some circumstances, you may notice a buildup along the way; in other cases it may be an instantaneous thing.

No matter how big or small, when a clog occurs, your first instinct may be to grab a chemical drain cleaner to solve the problem. However, chemical […]

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How Toilet Paper May Be The Cause Of Your Plumbing Problems

January 29th, 2015|

Have you walked down the toilet paper aisle at your favorite store lately? Shelf after shelf is lined with promises of softness, thickness, and a great quilted feeling you’re sure to love. You can go generic, you can go earth-friendly, you can go with a top name brand. You can choose a four pack, a […]

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2015 Is Still A Good Year For Water Rebates

January 21st, 2015|

Want to know what continues to be a resolution year after year in households across Colorado? Water conservation.

Even when we have a good year across the Front Range, as we did this past year, its hard not to be a little concerned when you see photographs coming out of drought strickened areas like California. Yes, […]

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Who Do I Call To Repair Water Damage In My Bathroom?

January 13th, 2015|

If you have a clogged toilet, or a leaky faucet, your automatic reaction would be to call in a plumber to have the problem fixed.

But what if the problem is more extensive? What if you come home to a bathroom that is completely flooded, with several inches of standing water? Is a plumber still the […]

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When Its Time To Replace Your Home’s Old Pipes

January 7th, 2015|

When a home is originally constructed, several systems are put into place that allow you to function every day with little thought as to how it happens. The HVAC, the electrical, the plumbing systems – all are integral to helping us function.

While we might not spend a lot of time thinking about them, when damage […]

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What If Your Shower Is Too Hot or Too Cold?

January 3rd, 2015|

When the weather outside is cold and frightful, one of the most comforting places to head is the shower. Nothing feels better than a warm stream of water taking away the stress of the day, leaving you warm and relaxed and ready to take on the world once again.

Yet when the temperature huddles around zero, […]

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